Well post additional updates if necessary.
3:45 pm — Storms approach Beltway — arrival around 16:00
A long queue of downpours and storms rush through the subway region from the west with activity is approaching the zone from Manassas to Octon and Olney. This line should move inside the Ring Road a little after 16:00 and probably clear Oriental side of Ring road around 17:00 – with rain lasting 20-30 minutes in most locations.
Apart from small segment of severe storms pass through Culpeper and head to the southern part of Fauquier County, where a severe thunderstorm rages. warning (until 16:15), these storms should be less than serious. However, heavy downpours, gusty winds and lightning possible.
Today was the hottest of this week heat wave. Temperatures do the mid 90s in in city felt more like 100 or higher for a lot of of afternoon. As the cold front slides over this way from the west, bunch of shower and thunderstorms have developed west of in area. They start move to the western suburbs as we travel during the day. Even before the storm arrived already causing local travel problems. FAA issued ground stops for Reagan National Airport, Dulles International Airport, and Baltimore-Washington Marshall International Airport because of storms.
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Until the evening: Scattered by numerous downpours and storms pass through area in the evening. This activity continues in far western suburbs and will probably make it to the nearest area in time from 16 to 17, exit to the bay by sunset. Any storms in in first round of activity can be locally intense, with destructive winds are possible, in except for heavy rain and dangerous lightning.
A little more showers or thunderstorms may start before midnight, but are likely of less intensity, if so. Heaven clear out significantly around and after midnight. Minuses range mid 60s to around 70s. Winds light from the west and turning to come from the northwest over time.
Look current weather in the Washington Post.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): Loads of sunshine, reduced humidity and a pleasant breeze from the northwest. sounds good to me! High temperatures in mid 80s in most stains that can be in upper 80s downtown. The wind blows at a speed of about 10 m/s, with gusts around 20 m/s.
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pollen update: Mold spores, weed pollen and grass pollen are all low/moderate.
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